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How to Make Buffalo Plaid Ornaments

These rustic Buffalo Plaid Ornaments are adorable and easy to make.

Since I like to make new Christmas ornaments every year, I made buffalo plaid ornaments for my red and white Christmas tree

DIY Buffalo Plaid Ornaments

Buffalo Plaid and gingham check are a Christmas classic, so why not use them to create fun plaid ornaments?

Buffalo check ribbon ornament sitting on a table

Ribbon Tree

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Buffalo Plaid Ribbon Ornament Supplies 

You probably know I love creating with ribbon; therefore, these are sure to be my new favorite Christmas ornament. 

Supplies for making buffalo ribbon trees

Ornament supplies

Instructions 

Step 1. Gather twigs from your yard, cut them into 7 to 8-inch lengths, and remove all the leaves and knots. 

Cut twigs to length on craft mat

Cut twigs to length

Step 2. Next, cut the ribbon into four different lengths.

Cut Ribbons and twig on a craft mat

Cut Ribbons and twig

  • Cut three at 9 inches
  • Then cut three at 8 inches
  • Next, cut three at 7.5 inches
  • Cut one at 6.5 inches

Step 3.  Tie the ribbons onto the twig, starting at the top with the shortest one, then add the longer ones in descending order. 

Tie ribbons on the twig

Ribbon ties

Step 4. Next, please print out the tree template and use it as a guide to cut the tree shape.

Cutting template and ribbon tree on a craft mat

Cutting template

 

Trimming the ribbon with the cutting template

Cut ribbon with template

 

One side of ribbon is trimmed to template

One side of the ornament trimmed

Step 5. Add bakers twine, greenery, and berries with hot glue.

Gluing the berries and bakers twine on the ornament

Attaching greenery and berries

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Joy

Monday 1st of November 2021

I am not able to print the template for the Buffalo Plaid Ribbon Christmas ornament. Can you please help? Thanks!

Rebecca Payne

Saturday 30th of October 2021

SO CUTE AND CLEVER.

Rebecca

Monday 25th of October 2021

Kippi, I love how we both used twigs to make our ornaments. Creative minds definitely think alike! Your buffalo plaid tree is so festive! I'm going to make some with my daughter to give as handmade gifts this year. Thanks for the inspiration! Pinned :)

Lynne

Sunday 24th of October 2021

I love this ornament! It is so simple, yet so pretty and festive! Pinned!

Meegan

Friday 22nd of October 2021

I really like the classic gingham red and white. I am always a sucker for anything made with a twig or branch. Thank so much for the tutorial. These would be so gorgeous filling a whole tree.

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